March 10, 2011

Notes for my March 10 Investigative Analytics webinar

It turns out that the slide deck I posted a couple of days ago underwent more changes than I expected. Here’s a more current version. A number of the changes arose when I thought more about how to categorize analytic business benefits; hence that blog post a few minutes ago with more detail on the same subject.

Unchanged, however, is the more technical list of six things you can do with analytic technology, taken from a blog post late last year. Also unaltered are my definitions of investigative analytics and machine-generated data.

I write extensively on privacy. This technological overview of privacy threats doubles as a survey of advanced investigative analytics techniques now coming into practical use.

And finally, on a happier note — if you enjoyed the xkcd cartoon, here are two links to that one and a few more.


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